Your top-level navigation bar houses your global navigation
links to your site's secondary pages.
Add the component to the page. There are two editable areas, the main Top Navigation, plus a List component.
Normally the component is placed at the top of your homepage, directly beneath the main banner.
Root path: By default all secondary pages for your site will be displayed. You can over-ride the default settings and require a different set of child pages to be displayed.
Only a developer should change this setting.
Show subtitle line: Select this setting to display subtitles you have added to the Page Properties of your site's secondary pages.
Build list using: This drop-down menu asks how you want to build your list. You have the option to build it using:
Be careful not to list the parent page here by
It can create a loop. > Read more
Order by: There are several ways in which you can order your list:
Reverse order: Check the box to select whether you would like to inverse the order selected in the Order by field.
If you want all items to appear in the list, do not leave the Limit field blank. Instead, enter a value that you anticipate will meet your needs; for example, 200, 500, etc. (The News Center has used 9999 as a 'very large number' because their archives date to 1990.)
Enable scheduling: Select to enable shared content Scheduling.
Menu label: Add a descriptive label that will only be
visible to users on small-screen devices. By default, 'Info About'
will be shown.
|At a Glance|
|Now incorporates search and audience navigation.|
|New: color choices.|
This component has been completely reimagined for the new brand, and now incorporates search and audience navigation, plus branded color choices. Tie your choice into your overall brand color strategy.
There are now three editable areas, the main Top Navigation, a Search box, and Audience Nav(igation)
Root path: (no change, same values used in both
Show subtitle line: (no change, same values used in both modes)
Primary items: (new setting)
Primary color: (new setting)
Secondary color: (new setting)
Tie your color choices into your overall brand strategy.
Search results page - Specify the location of your existing search results page. If you do not have one yet, read more about setting up a site-search.
This is the same as the original version's List Settings, except
Menu Label setting is now first.
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The Menu Label (in List settings) will display a special heading only for small-screen devices on RWD-enabled websites.
September 8, 2017